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Uncle John Stuart / Frank Neal And His Boys - The Old Fashioned Square Dance / Richmond Cotillion mp3 flac

  • Singer: Uncle John Stuart
  • Album: The Old Fashioned Square Dance / Richmond Cotillion
  • MP3: 1378 mb | FLAC: 1247 mb
  • Released: 1928
  • Style: Country
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Uncle John Stuart / Frank Neal And His Boys - The Old Fashioned Square Dance / Richmond Cotillion mp3 flac

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Uncle John Stuart, Frank Neal And His Boys ‎– The Old Fashioned Square Dance, Richmond Cotillion. Label: Challenge (2) ‎– 407.

A –Uncle John Stuart. The Old Fashioned Square Dance. B –Frank Neal And His Boys Richmond Cotillion. Banjo – Da Costa Woltz (tracks: B), Frank Jenkins (tracks: B) Fiddle – Ben Jarrell (tracks: B) Guitar.

net Richmond Cotillion thx Sheryl! Jeselyn's Modern cotillion. Description : THE BEST COTILLION ROUTINE EVER!!! Choreographed by Emmanuel. Description : Also called "Richmond Cotillion" and "Green Mt. Polka," and other names Cottilion Sussex Christmas.

The Richmond Cotillion ~ a few YouTubes. com/watch?v 3V ql3ekFbQ. com/watch?v frj6zYnzYi4. com/watch?v 8oWT C1rwhA. Mike Seeger also recorded this on his album "Old Time Country Music". Posted by ceolachan 2 years ago. The Richmond Cotillion ~ another transcription, including in the Bass clef.

The Cotillion Ballroom is a concert venue in Wichita, Kansas, United States. It is located between Maize Road and 119th Street West on the north side of Kellogg (. The Cotillion is a special events facility that hosts concerts, roller derby, dances, comedians and stage shows featuring nationally known artists and performers.

Richmond Cotillion (Richmond (Hoedown)), Cotton Mill Blues, Old Blue OB 703, CD (2007), trk 4. Row's Division (Rodes Division), Cotton Mill Blues, Old Blue OB 703, CD (2007), trk Sad and Lonesome Day, Four and a Half, Old Blue OB 704, CD (2009), trk Newman, Roy; and his Boys Appearance as principal performer. Boys from the County Armagh, Grand Irish Party; Recorded Live at John Barleycorn's, Tifton TS 60, LP (Tif), trk Boys of the Lough (Hornpipe (Irish)), Grand Irish Party; Recorded Live at John Barleycorn's, Tifton TS 60, LP (Tif), trk Cock of/o' the North, Scottish Party, Tifton TS 82, LP (196?), trk

Cotillion: Cotillion, late 18th-century and 19th-century French court dance, popular also in England. A precursor of the quadrille, the cotillion was danced by four couples standing in a square set. The first and third, then the second and fourth, couples executed various series of geometric figures. During the 19th century cotillion patterns became more varied, and the dancing was combined with the giving of presents. The word finally came to denote ballroom dancing for couples that had little relation to the original form.

Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy". I can dim the lights and sing you songs full of sad things We can do the tango just for two I can serenade and gently play on your heart strings Be your Valentino just for you. Ooh love, ooh loverboy What're you doin' tonight, hey, boy? Set my alarm, turn on my charm That's because I'm a good old-fashioned loverboy. Ooh love (there he goes again), (he's my good old fashioned loverboy) ooh loverboy What're you doin' tonight, hey, boy? Everything's all right Just hold on tight That's because I'm a good old-fashioned (fashioned) loverboy. Thanks to LadyOops, Rohit Patnala, Sean Waring for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): MERCURY FREDERICK.

Tracklist

A Uncle John Stuart The Old Fashioned Square Dance
B Frank Neal And His Boys Richmond Cotillion

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Sears Roebuck & Co

Credits

  • Banjo [Uncredited] – Da Costa Woltz (tracks: B), Frank Jenkins (tracks: B)
  • Fiddle [Uncredited] – Ben Jarrell (tracks: B)
  • Guitar [Uncredited], Harmonica [Uncredited] – Billy Milton (tracks: A)

Notes

Side A with shouts by unknown artists.
Side B with calling by unknown artist.

Side A recorded ca. 29 September 1927 in St. Paul, MN.
Side B recorded early May 1927 in Richmond, IN.

Side A matrix no. 13103.
Side B matrix no. 12769.
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